San Francisco Events, Pub Crawls, Concerts, Party Buses and more


San Francisco is a city filled with fun things to do like attending a concert, spending the day at a music festival, trying some new reds & whites at a wine festival or taking advantage of the huge variety of outdoor activities, but pub crawls, bar crawl, club crawls, food crawls (or anything of the crawl variety) and other San Francisco events are an amazing way to meet friends, try out new places and, of course, have one hell of a good time. Since our humble beginnings in 2003, CrawlSF has set up some of the best and biggest pub crawls in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, San Jose and more. San Francisco events like the San Francisco Halloween Pub Crawl and St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl have attracted over 7,000 people to enjoy some cheap drinks, party bus rides, DJs, dancing and the chance to check out some new bars and nightclubs along the way. Pub crawls are the perfect way to celebrate holidays and bring together a diverse group of people from young to old who are all there to have a great time in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Looking for Things to do in San Francisco? CrawlSF is the best source for upcoming San Francisco Events, Pub Crawls, Concerts, Comedy Shows, Festivals, Party Bus Rentals, Bar Crawls, Nightclub Events, Bus Rentals, City Tours and Wine Events,  plus San Francisco Halloween Events, Bottlerock Shuttle Bus, New Year’s Eve, Cinco De Mayo Pub Crawls, St. Patrick’s Day and more!

Whether you are looking to grab a drink at one of the Best San Francisco Bars or Nightclubs, check out a band or DJ at an awesome Music Venue, go Wine Tasting on a Party Bus to Napa or Sonoma or experience the Best Pub Crawls, we can help you figure out what to do in San Francisco.


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At an empirical level, a pub crawl is the process of going to a few bars and having drinks. So, if you head out on a Saturday night and grab a beer at Shanghai Kelly’s, throw back a martini at Tony Nik’s and then head to Balboa Cafe for a few late night cocktails, you have successfully completed a text book pub crawl. If you think about how many times you have gone to several bars in a night to grab a drink, you probably have done more pub crawls in you life than you can count. Although doing your own little pub crawl with a few friends is pretty much always a guaranteed good time, CrawlSF Pub Crawls take things up a notch by offering some amazing drink specials, bringing thousands of fun party people together and adding some other fun features to create the ultimate mega bar crawl.

CrawlSF Pub Crawls in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and other cities bring people from all over the place to celebrate holidays, meet new friends and enjoy some of the best day drinking you can imagine. While each crawl is a little bit different, there are usually between 10  and 30 bars involved and anywhere from 500 to more than 7,000 pub crawlers in attendance. While some bar crawls follow a set schedule, there are far too many people to have everyone follow the same path, so once you check in and get you pub crawl wristband, you will also receive a map with a list of all the pub crawl bars and drink specials, which will allow you to create your own pub crawl path and enjoy some awesomely cheap drink specials along the way. Also, for some of the larger pub crawls, we provide some sweet party bus rides to take you to a few different drop off points along the way. If you are looking for a fun way to party with friends, meet new people and enjoy the best of San Francisco and beyond, CrawlSF Pub Crawls are the way to go.




Things to do in the San Francisco Bay Area What are the Best Activities and Events in San Francisco

I think we can all agree that pub crawls are fun, but they are definitely not something you want to do every day and we certainly encourage locals and visitors to take advantage of all the amazing things to do in San Francisco, Napa Valley, Oakland, San Jose and more. From winery tours in Napa Valley to concerts at Shoreline Amphitheater, there are tons of fun things to do all year long. San Francisco has such an amazingly central location that you can play world class golf courses, ski on some of the best slopes around, surf in the pacific ocean, taste amazing wines in wine country, go hiking in Yosemite and more by just hopping in your car and going for a drive. Have you ever gone skiing and golfing in the same day? You can do that here! In fact, with so many cool things to do, you may have a little trouble deciding what to pick. Here are some great options:

Concerts: The San Francisco Bay Area is loaded with concert venues from large to small with full calendars of shows including rock, hip-hop, EDM, country and more. Whether you want to see an up and coming band at a small music venue or go to a massive country concert, you can find it all. Popular music venues include Fox Theater Oakland, Shoreline Amphitheater, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, The Independent, The Fillmore, SAP Center San Jose and more.

Music Festivals: If you love music festivals, The Bay Area has a lot to offer. Outside Land in Golden Gate Park happens every August and attracts over 200,000 people, which makes it one of the biggest festivals in the world. Another amazing festival is Bottlerock, which takes place in the beautiful Napa Valley and features not only great music, but also and incredible selection of food and wine. Other festivals include Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Noise Pop Festival and Vans Warped Tour.

Winery Tours: If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, you are truly lucky to live near one of the finest wine regions in the world. Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley are home to over 800 amazing wineries where you can taste some of the best Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc and more. The region is less than an hour north of San Francisco and besides wineries, offers a selection of amazing restaurants, boutique shops, art galleries and museums as well as some incredible instagram-worthy scenic views. You can drive to the area to do a few tastings, but if you really want the full experience, rent a winery tour party bus and share the experience with friends.

Sightseeing: Sightseeing tours are mostly aimed at tourists, but even locals can enjoy some of the cool attractions. While most locals avoid Pier 39 and and other touristy areas like the plague, they can actually be a fun place to go, especially if you haven’t been before. Pier 39 is a busy place loaded with tourists buying San Francisco souvenirs, but it also has some cool, little shops, eateries, bars and even a pretty sweet arcade. Alcatraz Island is also worth a visit if you haven’t been there. The former Federal Penitentiary was the former home of Al Capone and other notorious criminals and offers an informative walking tour that takes you through the cells of former inmates, the dining hall, recreation yard and more. Plus, you get a ferry ride over to the island, which boasts some pretty impressive views of the San Francisco Skyline. Other worthy attractions include Coit Tower, The Golden Gate Bridge, Crissy Field, Muir Woods and more.

Comedy Shows: While San Francisco has some larger comedy festivals like Clusterfest, most of the comedy venues are small and give you an up close and personal view of some of the biggest comedians in the business. Cobb’s Comedy Club, Punchline and others have hosted Dave Chappelle, Bill Burr, Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, Norm Macdonald, Amy Schumer, Zach Galifianakis, Aziz Ansari and more, so you never know what huge acts will be coming through.